Here’s the latest news, offers and discounts from our kawaii sponsors. All shops ship worldwide.
Kawaii Panda (EU)
Kawaii Panda have some very cute new Sanrio products in stock including these washi tape sets in soda can cases! There’s 8 characters to choose from, each with 3 washi tape designs for under €10. SCK readers get 10% off everything in store (excluding boxes and bundles) with the code SCK10OFF.
DIY Fluffies (EU)
Koji the baby dragon is a new amigurumi crochet pattern by DIY Fluffies who would love to be your latest craft project. It’s a digital download so you can choose any colours you like and make it again and again.
Cakes With Faces (UK)
A new Galaxy Space Scarf is up for pre-order now at Cakes with Faces! It’s a warm, knitted scarf for winter with a pattern of planets, stars, comets and galaxies. They’ll be despatched mid November, in time for when it gets really cold.
Cute Delight (UK)
Festive surprise bags are back in stock at Cute Delight. Inside are super-cute products worth at least £20, but you pay only £15 – and who doesn’t love a bargain? SCK readers also get 10% off everything in store with the code KAWAII10.
Asking For Trouble (UK)
I have new 2020 calendar postcards at my Asking For Trouble shop that are perfect for your planner or for sending to friends. It features a cute ghost that isn’t just for Halloween – he enjoys his favourite things all year long including a book of Ghost Stories, a cat plushie and an ice lolly. Get 15% off all orders over £15 (+ free UK shipping) – no code required.
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Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.